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    Circa 1930 Lou Gehrig Signed Blank Business Card. "His greatest record doesn't show in the book," noted New York Times sportswriter John Kieran. "It was the absolute reliability of Henry Louis Gehrig. He could be counted upon. He was there every day at the ballpark bending his back and ready to break his neck to win for his side. He was there day after day and year after year." Only a tragic illness could break the Iron Horse, whose 9/10 black fountain pen signature is presented here on a blank business card (or paper slip of similar dimensions). A small notation in an unknown hand is above. Encapsulated by PSA/DNA, Authentic.


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    November, 2011
    10th-11th Thursday-Friday
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